Machines are being systematically empowered to be interactive and intelligent in their operations, offerings. and outputs. There are pioneering Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies and tools. Machine and Deep Learning (ML/DL) algorithms, along with their enabling frameworks, libraries, and specialized accelerators, find particularly useful applications in computer and machine vision, human machine interfaces (HMIs), and intelligent machines. Machines that can see and perceive can bring forth deeper and decisive acceleration, automation, and augmentation capabilities to businesses as well as people in their everyday assignments. Machine vision is becoming a reality because of advancements in the computer vision and device instrumentation spaces. Machines are increasingly software-defined. That is, vision-enabling software and hardware modules are being embedded in new-generation machines to be self-, surroundings, and situation-aware.
Machine Intelligence emphasizes computer vision and natural language processing as drivers of advances in machine intelligence. The book examines these technologies from the algorithmic level to the applications level. It also examines the integrative technologies enabling intelligent applications in business and industry.
- Motion images object detection over voice using deep learning algorithms
- Ubiquitous computing and augmented reality in HCI
- Learning and reasoning in Artificial Intelligence
- Economic sustainability, mindfulness, and diversity in the age of artificial intelligence and machine learning
- Streaming analytics for healthcare and retail domains
Covering established and emerging technologies in machine vision, the book focuses on recent and novel applications and discusses state-of-the-art technologies and tools.